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Nov 3, 2012 6:30am PDT
future. ♪ >>> a live picture of new york city, saturday morning in new york city just days after super storm sandy ripped through the east coast, we're here with a live edition of "your bottom line." this is far from over here. catastrophe experts say the storm could rack up $50 billion in damages. millions of you are still without power. and the paper work is just getting started. >> we lost our house, our pool, and god only knows what else. >> unbelievable. it's like a war zone. >> i'm not exactly sure where to go from here besides calling the insurance company. >> that's the first step. then comes calculating the loss and cashing the check. in sandy's wake, tens of thousands of homeowners are now asking if a tree falls in a hurricane, who pays? >> if the tree hits your house, you call your insurance company and file a claim. you're going to be covered for the damage that that tree does to your house, for anything that's in the house, and for the cost of removing that tree. >> jean salvatore of the insurance information institute. >> how does wind damage -- that comes under your home
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